Class Notes - 05/29/2015

5/29/2015 - Class Notes

This class we are going to be discussing multiple things from the textbook. Re-read some of the sections you discussed later to make sure you understand all of it. Over at DormStormer we hope that this has helped bail you out of trouble. In order to get back to the site once the teacher goes away, simply hit the close button at the top right next to comments and share. If you are the teacher and reading this, cut the kid a break - if your class was more interesting this would have never happened in the first place.

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The Ultimate Unconventional Father’s Day Gift Guide

Giving a lame gift is... well, lame. Show him some love and get him something interesting this father's day.

June 12, 2013 • Tags: • Posted Under: College Life, Randomness

For the Dad who scarred you for life:

The door hanger ($27):

#1 walked in on parents having sex

Buy it for Dad: Click Here

“Why is Mommy screamin… OH MY GOD!”

For the Dad who likes to drink:

 

The booze lock ($30):

#2 liquor bottle code lock

Buy it for Dad: Click Here

Remember in high school when you used to steal your rents’ liquor and either take a little at a time and hope they didn’t notice or just fill the bottle back up with something else? So does your Dad. Share a laugh, and a drink with him this father’s day.

 

Tipsy Melting Glasses ($145):

#3 unique drinking glasses

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These 6 glasses are expensive, so you’ll probably want to chip in with your brothers and sisters. They’re sweet though, so if your Dad is the kind of guy who kicks back with a scotch every night, they’re worth it.

 

Poisoned Beer ($15):

#4 you have just been poisoned beer glass

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Surprise your Dad with a freshly poured beer and walk away. He’ll get to the bottom and find out how much you love him. 

For the Dad who paid for your college education:

 

Faux dollar bill fire lighters (£6.50 ~ $10):

#5 burning money fire lighters

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Get him these so he can visualize himself burning through his savings.

 

The Toothpaste Tube Wringer ($25):

#6 toothpaste tube wringer

Buy it for Dad: Click Here

Now that he’s broke, he can’t afford to waste anything. Help him make the most of what he has left.

 

The Book of Luxury Toys ($15):

#7 luxury toys book

Buy it for Dad: Click Here

Let him fantasize about what he could have bought with his money if he never had kids.

 

You Are Here Poster ($60):

#8 heart doctor gift

Buy it for Dad: Click Here

If he’s putting you through all of Med School, you better get him this.

For the Dads who can cook:

 

Gun Egg Fryer ($15):

#9 gun shaped egg fryer

Buy it for Dad: Click Here

How does he like his eggs? Armed and dangerous with a yolk in the chamber…?

 

Or is he more of an old-school Dad ($50)?

#10 medieval cooking pan

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For truly legendary meals.

 

Taste explosion grenade salt & pepper shakers ($14):

#11 grenade salt and pepper shakers

Buy it for Dad: Click Here

Unleash the seasoning.

 

M-16 BBQ Lighter ($10):

#12 m16 bbq lighter

Buy it for Dad: Click Here

Light it up!

For the Dad who watches too much Law & Order or CSI:

 

The crime scene shower mat ($28):

#13 bloody mat crime scene

Buy it for Dad: Click Here

Because he knows that you can’t just shower off the blood to get rid of the evidence.

For the King of the porcelain throne:

 

Strong-man toilet paper holder ($32):

#14 strong man toilet paper holder

Buy it for Dad: Click Here

Going to the bathroom is like working out; you lose weight every time.

For the techie Dad:

 

ZAGG InvisibleSHIELD Screen Protector ($15-35):

 

 

That’s one badass screen protector. Get one at Zagg.com for any device.

For the single Dad:

 

Inflatable Twister ($2000):

#15 inflatable twister

Buy it for Dad: Click Here

Your Dad is middle-aged and single. He’s either already getting wild, or he needs to. Too bad this is so expensive…

 

Dollar bills ($Variable):

#16 dollar bills

Buy it for Dad: Go to the bank stupid.

Give him a bunch of singles so he can go to the Gentleman’s club and make it rain on that **cat**.

For the dorky Dad:

 

Stormtrooper cufflinks ($130):

#17 star wars cufflinks

Buy it for Dad: Click Here

Star Wars cufflinks should do the trick. Pretty expensive, but he’ll feel like a Jedi every time he puts them on.

 

Batman Logo Evolution Poster ($37):

#18 evolution of batman logo poster

Buy it for Dad: Click Here

This poster shows the evolution of the batman logo over the past 72 years. If he’s into comic books, you can’t go wrong here.

For the Dad who always yells at you for texting at the dinner table:

 

Heart-felt card ($4):

#19 not sent from my iphone card

Buy it for Dad: Click Here

It’s also the cheapest option on my list.

For the All-American Dad:

 

45mm key ($8):

#20 key shaped like 45mm gun

Buy it for Dad: Click Here

Obama isn’t taking away his guns, and now he can be strapped no matter where he goes.

 

Meat America ($30):

#21 Meat America steak

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4th of July is coming up. ‘Murica.

For the Dad who never throws the paper away:

 

The paper briquette log maker ($32): 

#22 paper fire log maker

Can’t convince the old man to throw away the papers? Have him turn them into a log that you can use to keep a fire going instead.

For the Zombie-obsessed Dad:

 

We ate your stick family decal ($4):

#23 zombie family decal sticker

For the Golf Dad:

 

Self-deprecating golf ball (£10.99 ~ $17):

#24 funny joke golf ball

Buy it for Dad: Click Here

Not every shot can be a winner, but at least it won’t be his fault.

 

Golf Club Pens ($26):

#25 golf club pens

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Old guys love cool desk decorations.

 

The Batmogolfcart ($???):

#26 batman golf cart

The best part about playing golf is driving around the golf cart. If you find out where you can buy this, let me know.

Or keep it simple and get him a sweet card:

#27 darth vader fathers day card

Buy it for Dad: Click Here

 

 

Did I miss something awesome? Shoot me an email – adam[at]dormstormer[dot]com.

 

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